Once the signer successfully verifies their identity and signs the document, the authentication will be listed in the document's History. It will be noted on the audit log of the Signature Certificate as well. What does KBA stand for and what is it? "KBA" is an acronym for Knowledge-Based Authentication.What is knowledge-based authentication (KBA)?
RightSignature's KBA feature gives document senders the ability to enable knowledge-based authentication on a RightSignature document, effectively requiring the signers to verify their identity via a set of personal questions about the signer's identity before access to the document itself is granted.What is RightSignature?
Secure, legally binding, and industry compliant electronic signature software. Every RightSignature document is secured with full audit log, biometric data capture, and 256-bit encryptionHow much does it cost to use RightSignature?
How much does RightSignature cost? You may try RightSignature for free, or sign up for any paid plan. RightSignature plans start at $12 per month and include unlimited documents sent each month, unlimited document storage, reusable templates, and other additional features. (Unlimited document sending is subject to fair use thresholds.)